The GOP’s healthcare bill will have huge implications for patients, providers and payers. But uncertainty is also forcing health IT startups to pivot.

Insurers have been mostly mum on the AHCA and its CBO score, a response that stands in stark contrast to providers' reactions.

News that the government is expanding its Medicare pilot primary care program into the Greater Buffalo area of New York was welcomed with open arms.

MACRA will present challenges for physician practices, said Anne Phelps, principal and U.S. healthcare regulatory leader at Deloitte.

An Iowa health insurance agency will pay $1.3 million to local governments to settle allegations that it overcharged for premiums.

A Houston-area psychiatrist is the latest person convicted for his role in a $158 million Medicare fraud scheme.

Though the CBO projects millions could lose their insurance coverage under AHCA, Republicans are focusing on deficit reductions and premiums.

The DOJ announced four arrests in an insider trading scheme based on confidential information obtained from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

As they take over where the House’s American Health Care Act left off, Republicans in the Senate must not crowd out solutions for the fundamental problem we…

The Congressional Budget Office has released its score of the latest version of the American Health Care Act, and it projects that 23 million people will lose…